Wenger did not want to overshadow Unai Emery’s early reign at Arsenal (AFP/Getty Images)‘You let people who come in work their way.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘And I wanted to take a complete distance.‘It’s still a bit early, maybe, to go back. I haven’t been back at the club.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityWenger also revealed why he has refused offers to return to management since leaving Arsenal.‘What happened is that I took a distance a little bit,’ said Wenger.‘I was realising that I lived like somebody in a coma for 35 years who woke up and saw something different in life than just my club, my game and my work.‘So I thought maybe I have to analyse that and take a little bit longer distance.‘I was tempted and as well a little bit afraid to dive back into it straight away.’Arsenal fans: Would you want Wenger back?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMore: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Arsene Wenger reluctant to return to Arsenal and wants ‘complete distance’ from Unai Emery’s reign Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 7 Sep 2019 6:48 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link61Shares Arsene Wenger says he wants ‘complete distance’ from Arsenal (beIN Sports)Arsene Wenger has revealed that he has refused to return to Arsenal because he does not want to overshadow Unai Emery.The 69-year-old called time on his reign at Arsenal last year but has not been back to the Emirates Stadium to watch a game since Emery took charge.And while Wenger admits he has been in contact with Arsenal’s hierarchy, he would be reluctant to take up a role with his former club.‘I have been in touch with some people at the club but I felt when you go like that you cannot be half in, half out,’ Wenger told beIN Sports.ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Comment Advertisement
Hawaiki Submarine Cable and TE SubCom informed that the final preparations are underway for the start of the installation of the Hawaiki submarine cable in early October 2017.According to the latest update, the 14,000 km of undersea fiber-optic cable that comprise the Hawaiki transpacific cable system are in the final stages of being loaded aboard TE SubCom’s cable laying vessels CS Global Sentinel and CS Responder.“With the cable load process concluding on schedule, we will soon launch the installation phase of the project using two of the industry’s most technologically-advanced cable laying vessels,” said Debra Brask, vice president, project and program management, TE SubCom. “Hawaiki is certainly a large and multi-faceted system, but we are confident in our transpacific expertise and look forward to an efficient deployment.”The manufacturing of the cable was conducted at SubCom’s Newington, U.S. facility, including more than 14,000 km of cable for Hawaiki and more than 170 completed repeaters.In addition, horizontal directional drilling (HDD) for the cable landing in Pacific City, Oregon and Sydney, Australia has been completed.“The coming months will see the realization of our vision for Hawaiki, a system that will impact the capabilities and economies of hundreds of Pacific communities,” said Remi Galasso, CEO of Hawaiki. “Considering the scope of the project, the progress to date has been staggering. It is a thrill to reach the installation phase and know that we will soon be ready to light the system and deliver much needed capacity to the region.”Hawaiki will link Australia and New Zealand to the mainland United States, as well as Hawaii and American Samoa, with options to expand to additional South Pacific islands.The system is on schedule for completion by mid-2018.